did you know that the oldest construction on polish lands was a prehistoric death camp?
Can't say I am particularly surprised.
This is where they burned the bodies.
Except it wasn't built by Slavs but by lusatian culture. Slavs came here ~2000 years later.
Evils of Poland are unmatched
Middle eastern nomads were kept in those buildings in terrible enviroment, overcrowded and without even a bed.
10/10 thread, monitoring
Camp was protected by high wood and soil walls, a real marvel of the technology from that era.
One could wonder why so much energy was used to construct this structure?
Marshes sorrounded the camp making the escape impossible, slowing down and making any fugitive easy target for the guard's javelins, bows and slings.
Trauma can be inherited through generations, especially if the reparations were low.
Each year thousands of 400th generations survivors visit the grim place to honour their dead ancestors and mourn their terrible tragedy.
Unfortunately some people cannot behave in such place, especially polelings.
This is a journalist from polish national TVP1 television mocking the martyred middle eastern nomads.
Poles have nothing to do with those camps.
They were Lusatian, lusatians were ancestors of germans.
Build by Germans?
>camps are in poland
>POLAND HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THEM
just like the 20th century deathcamps...
I know that !
Of course, slavs aren't capable of such cruelty.
This is a nice thread.
3 times a day there was a compulsory gathering.
Because mathematics weren't very developed in the era, counting the prisoners could last even an hour or two.
Ok, now I'm on board.
There was no gender segregation because gender wasn't invented yet.
Each day hundreds of female prisoner were raped either by fellow prisoners or guards.
Each day came a boat with new prisoners, preliminary selection of prisoners was made on the pier, children and elderly men unfit to work for their blue eyed Lusatian overlords were directly thrown into the swamp to drown.
The victim doesn't look very lusitanian, what race is it?
Artefacts found in the intestines of the individual suggest that he came from eastern mediterraean region or was a merchant with the contacts in the region.
But indeed the phenotypical specialists from KZ Institut in Bielefield had concluded that the individual exhibits traits unknown in the area.
Haplogroup research confirmed the theory.
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